OHNY Talk: The Unbuilt High Line: Designs from the Cutting Room Floor

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Saturday, October 10, 2009 - 3:00am

OHNY Talk: The Unbuilt High Line: Designs from the Cutting Room Floor

Friends of the High Line Director of Planning Peter Mullan tells the story of the design ideas for the High Line that didn't make the cut in this free public lecture, part of Open House New York weekend.

OHNY talks on the High Line are first come first served, RSVP's are not being collected for these events. OHNY talks will take place on the West side of the 14th Street passage on the High Line, just south of the 14th Street stair. Guests will be admitted until program is full.

Peter Mullan is Director of Planning at Friends of the High Line. Peter's work with the High Line began in 2000 as a volunteer on the advocacy campaign to save the High Line. He joined as a full-time staff member in 2004 during the design team selection process. Prior to his work with FHL, Peter was a designer with Polshek Partnership Architects, where he worked on a number of museum and university master plan projects. A registered architect in the State of New York, he is a graduate of the Yale School of Architecture and Princeton University. Peter is on the Board of Directors of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation and the Fine Arts Federation of New York.

This lecture is part of our participation in the annual Open House New York weekend.